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Building the future - Biomass for the Environment, Economy and Society

Bioenergy Australia held its 14th annual conference at the Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley, NSW, from 25 - 26 November, with an off-site technical tour on 27 November 2013 to bioenergy facilities in the region.

Click here to view the Bioenergy Australia 2013 conference Delegate Handbook containing the program, Abstracts, Speaker biographies and other details.

The DVD containing the presentations, videos linked from some presentations, posters, the Abstracts and speakers' biographies, the delegate list with contact details and photos from the tour are now available for sale at $88 each (including GST, postage and handling).

Download the conference DVD order form.

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Bioenergy Breakfast 23 May, Melbourne

Bioenergy Australia, in conjunction with CHAF/Victorian Bioenergy Network and Sustainability Victoria will be holding a bioenergy breakfast in Melbourne on Friday 23 May.  The main theme will be on advanced biofuels. The agenda with venue details are under the Events section. Financial members of Bioenergy Australia can attend for free, with a small charge for others.  The registration details will shortly be placed on the CHAF website.

Contact is Liz Hamilton, email:

Report now available

Report now available

A major report, Bioenergy in Australia - status and opportunities is essential reading for those who want to come to grips with this subject

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Presentations from 20 March Bioenergy Australia meeting now available

The presentations from the 20 March 2014 Bioenergy Australia quarterly meeting are now available for viewing and downloading.

Miles Mason from New Energy Corporation, speaks to Bioenergy Australia about waste to energy projects in Australia

This video speaks to a presentation by Miles Mason at the Bioenergy Australia 2012 national conference attended by 264 delegates from Australia and the region, where Miles was one of 100 speakers on a wide range of topics.
He gives his insights and experiences in the establishment of waste to energy projects in Australia.

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